Johnny Depp ‘will not be investigated’ by police following Amber Heard abuse claims

Police have reportedly revealed they have no plans to launch an investigation into abuse claims against Johnny Depp as it emerged that Amber Heard didn’t mention being hit with the actor’s iPhone in a row at their home.

Officers called to the couple’s Los Angeles home were reported to have found no evidence of any injuries and left.

Heard, 31, never hinted that the Pirates of the Caribbean star laid a finger on her and she has not filed a criminal complaint, according to the website TMZ.

Officers who went to the couple’s Los Angeles home did not see any bruises on the actress’s face, according to a Los Angeles Police Department source quoted on TMZ.

“We don’t know how she obtained that,” said an officer, referring to as mark on Heard’s face she alleged Depp caused by hitting her with his iPhone. “There was no evidence of any crime.”

LAPD Officer Drake Madison confirmed police responded to a “domestic incident radio call” last Saturday from Depp’s home on Broadway in Los Angeles but he said there is no on-going investigation, according to the website.

“The person reporting the crime did not insist on a report and no report was warranted. A crime did not occur so the officers left the scene and left a business card.”

He added that if there had been any signs of abuse, the officers would have investigated. Depp wasn’t at home when police arrived.

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